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Spatial variations in the composition of turbidites due to hydrodynamic fractionation David R. Pyles,1 Kyle M. Straub,2 and Jane G. Stammer1 Received 17 June 2013
sandy turbidite successions at the base of channel-levee systems of the amazon fan revealed by fms logs and cores: for turbidites,
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Ten Turbidite Myths Shanmugam, Ganapathy, Department of Geology, The University of Texas at Arlington, as turbidites (e.g., Hiscott and Middleton, 1979).
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